Jared Anderson: “Heavyweight Is My Playground; Nobody Can Beat Me”

Jared Anderson Enjoying his Playground

Jared Anderson relaxed while talking the heavyweight division
Jared Anderson

Heavyweight Prospect Jared Anderson is Having Fun and Growing

On August 27, the lava hot heavyweight prospect Jared “Big Baby” Anderson (11-0, 11 KO’s) will face the challenge of Miljan Rovcanin (24-2, 16 KO’s). It will be his first prizefight since withdrawing from his prizefight with Christian Hammer due to injury.

It’s no surprise that the talented pugilist, who hails from Toledo, Ohio, craves the big fights. Not only has he won all of his first eleven matches, he has stopped all his opposition within the distance. Furthermore, he has already served as a valuable sparring partner for WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, and held his own in doing so.


As yet unranked in the top fifteen of the four major sanctioning bodies, Anderson remains realistic about who he can reasonably get his hands on next. At the same time however, Big Baby is adamant that there is no one on the current landscape that is his better. The gifted big man delved into greater detail about his feelings in a recent interview with ThaBoxingVoice.

“It’s my playground, we’re going to have fun. Boxing is fun for me, I’m going to keep having fun, I’m enjoying myself. And that’s what it’s all about for me right now, I’m finding myself enjoying myself again, we going to keep working, taking one day at a time. I don’t believe nobody can beat me and that’s why I say the whole division is a playground for me right now.”

While his future is bright, he will first have to hop the hurdle provided by Rovcanin on August 27, before any of the bigger fights will materialize. So let’s see how Big Baby handles himself in his next call to duty.

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By: Bakari Simpson

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